This cat is part of our shelter outreach program where we take pets from overcrowded shelters in hopes of finding them a forever home here! We generally do not have much background info on them. They are all up to date on vaccines, spayed/neutered, microchipped, and tested for FIV/FeLV
3-18-21 Nosey has been with us for almost a year. He came from an overcrowded N.J. shelter. He is ohhhh so handsome, about 2yrs old , loves to play,and can get a little frisky!
Nosey is a cat we like to use to test other cats with. He is respectful of them, and picks up quickly on their play style. He gets the message if they want their space,but is ready to run around and play if that's what they like.
He is a good boy,makes us laugh and would do best in a cat savvy home.
May 2020 This young handsome dude is Nosey. He is a one year old that we recently took from an overcrowded NJ shelter. He is a little spicy, so we are losing for a cat experienced home for this boy. He is playful, a little hyper, and loves attention. Nosey can get overstimulated and give a little nip and swat occasionally so no small kids are best. Looking for an active home that can keep him busy and give him the attention he needs. At this time we are unsure of his feelings towards other pets. *Per JSAC policy, puppies and kittens under 6 months will not be adopted to families with children under the age of 6 years.
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